Valora Stroganoff's Threat Of Wild Women, Lensed By Luca Meneghe For Numéro France

Model Vaiora Stroganoff is styled by Clement Lomellini as a wild, forest woman — she who has a long, metaphorical and anthropological history of always subverting patriarchy. Clearly, the wild woman cannot be trusted, and her irrational state of being represents a constant threat to western civilization.

Photographer Luca Meneghel captures Vaiora in ‘En Créature de la Forêt’ for Numéro France July 2019./ Hair by Paul Duchemin; makeup by Laetitia Sireix

The forest woman’s voracious sexual appetite and destructive mind threaten men who are too weak to resist her. These wild women, aka feminists, reduce confused men who have wandered into their influence to a state of sin in the eyes of God. He rebukes these now-corrupted men for succumbing to wild-women powers, and only retribution will restore their dignity.

It’s best that all wild women be tamed and caged, whether she is white, brown or black. Women of color, in particular, have experienced this loss of freedom worldwide. Some argue that white skin women are naturally more compliant, but the US Women’s Soccer team sees the issue differently.

Are white women more easily brainwashed? Perhaps the likelihood grows among white women. seeking forgiveness in the eyes of a monotheistic God.

Just last week Mississippi governor candidate Robert Foster said that even while working or campaigning, he cannot be alone with a woman unless she is his wife. This is the degree of temptation Foster faces in the presence of any woman — not only a forest woman.

It seems that the woman could be wearing a hijab or burqa. Still, she is a corrupting influence, due to her female identity. No hijab or burqa can hide the fact that the person is female, unless an escape is in play. In that case, the ruse is a good one.

The Mississippi governor candidate explained that public perception might be that he and female reporter Larrison Campbell, who works for online publication Mississippi Today, were having an affair. “It’s unprofessional to be alone with a woman who’s not my wife,” he said proudly.

It seems more likely that the Republican candidate’s mental state is weak and he does not trust himself to remain in control of his bodily urges in the presence of women generally. As a result, women must remain subordinate to him. It is God’s will.

If Campbell brought a male with her, the interview could proceed., explained candidate Foster’s team To date there is no resolution to the rules, but the Republican is fundraising on the stalemate.

The truth is that Jesus said something very different when confronted with a woman about to be stoned to death for adultery. This woman was one half of an adulterous liaison, and the story is told in . John 8:7.

‘And the scribes and Pharisees brought unto him a woman taken in adultery; and when they had set her in the midst,

⁴They say unto him, Master, this woman was taken in adultery, in the very act.

⁵Now Moses in the law commanded us, that such should be stoned: but what sayest thou?

⁶This they said, tempting him, that they might have to accuse him. But Jesus stooped down, and with his finger wrote on the ground, as though he heard them not.

⁷So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.

“Once again, the liberal left and Hollywood are attacking someone for their integrity, professionalism, and Christian beliefs,” Foster wrote on Facebook Wednesday morning. “They aren’t just attacking me. They are attacking the countless Mississippians who also share these values. All the more reason we need someone leading Mississippi who will safeguard our traditional and conservative values.”

“I am confident that a majority of Mississippians understand that this isn’t about gender discrimination, rather a personal conviction,” Foster told Mississippi Today on Wednesday afternoon. “I am a God-fearing man devoted to my wife and even though having a ride along with me wouldn’t be in itself immoral, the Bible teaches us to refrain from the appearance of impropriety. That’s what I did, and I’m sticking to my guns.”

It IS about gender discrimination, Mr. Foster. Not only has AOC stood against the brutal flogging of 40,000 women a year in Sudan over “inappropriate” dress, but we kept a woman from being stoned to death over adultery.

You proudly assert your purity in the name of of a vengeful God. AOC proudly stands with Jesus, helping the women tormented and tortured by your own impurity and most rigid interpretation of a vengeful God. ~ Anne (links to follow)